Terry Paddison/Photo May 31 marks the 30th anniversary of the deadly tornado that ripped apart southern Barrie and claimed the lives of 12 people. Above, residents survey the damage along Adelaide Street.

Barrie's darkest day

If you were living anywhere near Barrie on Friday, May 31, 1985, you will know the meaning of Black Friday.

West Nile fight begins

Barrie is again declaring war on standing pools of water and the skeeters which breed there to control West Nile virus.

TRACY MCLAUGHLIN/SPECIAL TO POSTMEDIA Joan Arbuckle, 83, is pictured in the Windemere Memory Care ward at the Georgian Bay Retirement Home.

Unlocking memories

PENETANGUISHENE -- Yesterday. For most of us, that means 24 hours ago, but for people suffering with dementia, the word "yesterday" can mean 60 or 70

Children left alone

An Innisfil woman faces child abandonment charges after four kids were left in an unlocked vehicle, with the keys in the ignition, in downtown Barrie.

The Mimes of Mr. Shanks were part of ArtBeats, a showcase of the arts held at Barrie North Collegiate on Thursday night. IT Included performances by the school's jazz band, junior band, concert choir and the symphonic band. There were also presentations by drama classes and displays of visual art as well as iDeology, all created by Barrie North students. French students were also serving hors d'oeuvres throughout the evening. IAN MCINROY/BARRIE EXAMINER/POSTMEDIA

The art of education

The Mimes of Mr. Shanks were part of ArtBeats, a showcase of the arts held at Barrie North Collegiate on Thursday night. IT Included performances by t

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